I might convey the LEDs again to one hundred% service by flicking the highest of the fan hub with a fingernail. There’s a bit of crimson on/off swap on the aspect, so you do not have to unplug the fan to show it off. As you would think about, the subsequent step is to strip […]Read more "Cool Gadget: A Time or Text Printing USB Led Fan – Only $5.41"
Sphero’s BB-8 (available at Amazon) has been probably the most fascinating tie-ins to Star Wars: The Force Awakens (after the light saber of course, which, given the sheer amount of Star Wars merchandise this past year, isn’t any small feat). The firm this week is showing off its next trick, a wearable wristband that can allow […]Read more "Control Star Wars’ BB-8 with The Force – Latest Gadgets"
Researchers from the Qatar University and North Carolina State University have developed a new “high-entropy” metallic alloy that has a much higher strength-to-weight ratio than any other present metallic material known to man. High-entropy alloys are materials that consist of 5 or more metals in roughly equal quantities. These alloys are at present the focus of […]Read more "New alloy is as strong as titanium but as light as aluminum"
According to the Italian company Terrafugia, its TF-X model flying car will soon be soaring around skies in northeast America for the purposes of more research & development. Source: FAA Has Approved The Flying Car’s Model For The USRead more "FAA Approved: The Flying Car TF-X’s Model"
Two years after Fairphone launched its debut gadget, the firm is back with an altogether more interesting follow-up. Fairphone’s first handset was released in 2013, and was intended to be a more equitable device — one which used fairly traded supplies and put a premium on better working conditions for those that assembled the handset. Despite coming […]Read more "The Modular ‘Fairphone 2’ is available now – Is it any good?"
The new wearable from Google may assist diabetics easily monitor their blood glucose levels and include a variety of different health-centric features. Source: Google Has Patented A New Wearable That Can Draw BloodRead more "Google Has Patented A New Wearable That Can Draw Blood"
Last week, the $9 C.H.I.P lost the title of the cheapest computer to the Raspberry Pi Zero, the new cheapest computer in the world. It retails for only $5 Source: The New Cheapest Computer In The World – $5Read more "The New Cheapest Computer In The World – $5"